The oat market indicated steady growth in 2020. The production and export of oats increased against heightened demand, not only from livestock farmers and producers of animal feed but also from a nascent trend emerging in the food sector: the use of oats as an ingredient in the manufacture of healthy food products.
The revenue of the oat market in the U.S. amounted to $525M in 2018, increasing by 6.1% against the previous year....
In 2017, the volume of the global oats consumption stood at approx. X tons, not moving far from the 2016 figure.
Global oat consumption amounted to X thousand tonnes in 2015, picking up by +X% against the previous year level.
In 2015, the countries with the highest levels of oat production were Russia (X thousand tonnes), Canada (X thousand tonnes), Poland (X thousand tonnes), together accounting for X% of total output.
In 2014, the oat market decreased again to X thousand tonnes (-X% Y-o-Y).
Canada seized control of the global oat market. In 2014, Canada exported X thousand tonnes of oats totaling X million USD, a robust X% over the previous year. Its primary trading partner was the U.S., where it supplied X% of its total oat expor
Canada continued its dominant position in the global oat trade, combining with Finland to corral a X share of total global exports. Canada's primary trading partner in 2014 was the United States. X% of its total oat exports was sent to the U.S.,
Canada and Finland, along with Russia, Poland and Australia, are often referred to as major producers of oats. In 2013, with a combined share of X% of global exports, Canada and Finland became the main global exporters of oats, despite the fact that